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-DEADLY SUSHI- 03-09-2006 05:06 PM

Friend.... Depression..... ARGH!!!!
 
My 31 year old friend is over and drunk as a SKUNK! :ermm: He passed out on my couch and someone has to pick up his wife in one hour! :sad: He battlels depression. What should I do????? :wacko:

-DEADLY SUSHI- 03-09-2006 05:08 PM

Im playing songs that are related to marriage. :ermm:

jkath 03-09-2006 05:23 PM

Best thing you can do (and I know it sounds mean) is tell him that you won't allow him to come to your house if he's been drinking. Alcohol + depression is a terrible mix. Does he have regular meds? Please go pick up his wife for him.

pdswife 03-09-2006 05:27 PM

Sushi Jkath is right... follow her advice...

It is good that he has a friend that cares about him.

-DEADLY SUSHI- 03-09-2006 05:29 PM

He takes his meds. Not sure what they are but right now he is FAST asleep on my couch. (hey its Italian leather! :lol: ). But when he wakes up...... I dont know if I should let him go and get his wife. :neutral: I think he feels Im more attractive and is a bit jealous. :huh: Oh Boy. This guy has been trhough the ringer. But I think I should let him drive. ARGH. :ermm:

-DEADLY SUSHI- 03-09-2006 05:31 PM

I just started playing "shock the monkey". Maybe he will get up??! :glare:

pdswife 03-09-2006 05:31 PM

you should NOT let him drive if he's been drinking...!!!!! Think of how you'd both feel if something were to happen to him (or someone) else if he were drunk behind the wheel.

You can drive him over there if you need too...

The Z 03-09-2006 05:32 PM

Do NOT let him drive in an hour to go get his wife. How would you feel if he caused an accident causing harm to others??? If he's conscious (but jealous) there's no reason he can't ride WITH you.

The Z 03-09-2006 05:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pdswife
you should NOT let him drive if he's been drinking...!!!!! Think of how you'd both feel if something were to happen to him (or someone) else if he were drunk behind the wheel.

You can drive him over there if you need too...

Okay... you beat me by 1 minute. You win :lol:

-DEADLY SUSHI- 03-09-2006 05:35 PM

I agree with you both. But if he forces his way out then what do I do?! :doh:


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